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Top Events Happening in Chattanooga this Weekend

Weekend Top 5: February 3 - 5 Looking for things to do in Chattanooga this weekend? We've got you! Abiding in the Moment Opening Reception February 3 | 5:30pm to 9pm | Townsend Atelier Townsend Atelier is pleased to announce a two-person exhibition featuring new works by Robin MacKillop and Maria…

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Keeping it Cheap in Chattanooga

What’s to do in Chattanooga? You could spend months exploring all this city and region have to offer, which makes it an excellent destination for a weekend getaway. You’re sure to find something to enjoy, whether you love the outdoors, arts, culture, or great food. What about if money is tight…

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Guide to Rock Climbing in Chattanooga

We don’t mean to brag, but our Southern sandstone is some of the best in the country. But don’t take our word for it. Just ask Cody Averbeck, who wrote the book on Chattanooga sport climbing – literally – by co-authoring the guidebook, Chatt Steel . He noted on Rock/Creek's blog: Southern Sandstone…

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5 Active Ways to Experience the Fall Colors in Chattanooga

It’s finally starting to feel a bit like fall in Chattanooga. Cloudless, bluebird days have been the norm of late, and the leaves are finally starting to turn in the higher elevations of Lookout and Signal Mountain. It’s true: crisp weather like this makes holing up in a coffee shop or in front of a…

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Places to Elope in Chattanooga

Choosing to pass up on a traditional wedding and elope has become more popular over the years as couples are searching for more intimate ways to tie the knot. Chattanooga has an abundance of picturesque and adventurous spots to elope. If you're looking for some inspiration for your big day, check…

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Chattanooga's Hidden Gem: The Lula Lake Land Trust

To experience one of the most scenic locations in the Chattanooga area, it pays to plan ahead. The Lula Lake Land Trust has breathtaking views around every corner and over six miles of trails, making it a prime destination for a great trail run, hike or bike. However, you must make a reservation and…

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A Guide to Chattanooga's Riverwalk

For a day filled with food, fresh air, and family fun, few places can offer more than Chattanooga’s beautiful and diverse Riverwalk. Spanning 16.1 miles along the southern banks of the Tennessee River, with additional legs stretching into Chattanooga and beyond, the paved path lets you immerse…

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Sporting Events to Catch this Summer

Whether you’re participating in an event or cheering on an athlete, Chattanooga has all the sports you need. From Chattanooga Lookouts baseball to Ironman, here’s our guide to the can't-miss sporting events happening this summer. Chattanooga Football Club Soccer Games March 26 - October 15 The…

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Paddleboarding, Chattanooga Style

From expansive, glassy lakes to rolling whitewater, Chattanooga offers a smorgasbord of paddleboarding opportunities. Ben Friberg, a native Chattanoogan and the first person to stand-up paddleboard from Cuba to Key West said, "There are some pretty significant bodies of water in the area, so you’re…

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Guided Tours for Exploring Chattanooga

Visiting a fun and vibrant city like Chattanooga means the opportunity to try all kinds of new adventures. In fact, there are so many spectacular things to see and do here that it often helps to have a local expert show you the ropes. Whether you enjoy history, outdoor recreation, or craft beer…

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